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Maureen Frank

Frank, Maureen
Maureen Frank
Assistant Professor & Extension Wildlife Specialist
1619 Garner Field Road, Uvalde, TX 78801
830-278-9151 x 280
Undergraduate Education
B.S.,Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
Graduate Education
Ph.D., Wildland Resources: Wildlife Biology, Utah State University


Frank, Maureen. (2019) Identifying Venomous and Nonvenomous Snakes in Texas, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service No. WFSC-023.

M. G. Frank, A. James, A. Gobeli, J. Hardin, R. Perez, and J. Cathey. (2019) Potential causes of the Texas quail decline, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, ENRI-007.

Conover, M. R., and M. G. Frank. (2018) Determinants of growth rate and mass of Canada geese goslings, Journal of Wildlife Management, 82:1161–1168.

McCorkle, D. A., D. Hanselka, J. Tomeček, and M. Frank. (2018) Economic Impact Brief: Economic impact of the feral hog abatement project and education programs, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Update to 2016 publication.

Frank, M. G., and M. R. Conover. (2017) Weather and food availability affect fall migration of eared grebes from Great Salt Lake, Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 129:98–111.